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Creating a Supportive Coaching Culture with Self-Referenced Feedback

D Tosti The International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2011

The most difficult aspect of coaching, or any behavior change effort, is not initiating changes in behavior - it's getting those changes implemented and maintained in the workplace. The use of self-referenced feedback (often referred to as ipsative feedback) during the coaching process can facilitate both planning for implementation of change and creating a supportive work culture that will maintain and build on the change.

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